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ARCHITECTURE TRAVEL - Epilogue of Exploration of Yangdong Village (건축기행 - 양동마을 답사를 마치고…)

  • Kim, Seok-hwan
    • Korean Architects
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    • pp.94-97
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    • 2014
  • 지난 11월 16일 서울건축사 건축답사 및 사진 동호회(회장 김선양) 행사로 영동마을을 다녀왔다. 2012년 12월 발족한 이 회에서는 두 달에 한 번씩 전국 각지의 전통건축 답사를 진행해오고 있는데 건축 전문가인 회원들이 함께 소중한 건축문화 유산을 돌아보며 그 가치를 살펴보는 유익한 시간을 가져왔다. 이번 답사지는 지난 10월 수원화성 답사 때 필자가 추천하였는데 금번 나의 졸저 "한국전통건축의 좋은느낌"의 개정판 출판을 계기로 현장 설명을 맡기로 하여 적절한 답사 경로를 알아보기 위해 사전답사도 다녀왔었다.

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Geographical Implications of Fieldwork Activities of Everyday-Life Space: A Case Study on Fieldwork of Students of An Elementary Teachers College (일상 공간에 대한 답사 활동의 지리 교육적 함의: G 교육대학교 학생들의 답사 활동을 사례로)

  • Lee, Khan Yong
    • Journal of the Korean Geographical Society
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    • v.51 no.6
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    • pp.915-933
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    • 2016
  • This paper is to elucidate geographical implications of fieldwork activities of everyday-life space of students of an elementary teachers college. The students depended mainly on questionaries and interview for gathering data during fieldwork. They had difficulty in processing data to visual-spatial representation, i.e. map, tables, and diagrams. But they were favourable for appling their fieldwork experiences to teaching the elementary geography. This is viewed as an unique behavioral orientation or desirable attitudes of students of an elementary teachers college. On the basis of the self-assessment and peer-assessment of fieldwork activities, it could be ascertained that the students came to understand the geographical value and significance of fieldwork activities. The fieldwork activities made them to heighten their interest of everyday-life space, and so to internalize positive their senses of place, to enforce their identities of place. According to the results of this research, we need to develop a systemic contents for fieldwork activities in geography curriculum of elementary teachers colleges.

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A Qualitative Analysis on n Geological Field Excursion leaching Model on Tando Coast and Hanyom Area at Shiwha Lake In Kyounggido (경기도 시화호 탄도 해안과 한염 지역의 야외 지질 답사 수업모형에 대한 질적 분석)

  • Maeng Seung-Ho;Wee Soo-Meen
    • Journal of the Korean earth science society
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    • v.26 no.1
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    • pp.9-29
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    • 2005
  • By analyzing and integrating established geological field study instances, this study offered a new geological field excursion teaching model with several steps: unifying question raising. excursion generalization. intensive field direction, searching, primary conclusion, re-searching, group discussion. adjustment, and excursion summarizing. Then by Qualitatively assaying the responses which students showed after applying this teaching model, a concrete teaching plan was sought for earth science teachers who were planning to begin geological field excursion classes. Students evaluated very highly on the unifying question and excursion generalization because these items provided a sense of direction and an overall theme for geological excursion in advance. Also. since the students had little to none geological knowledge and field excursion experience, the intensive field direction gave them a lot of help with their field excursion activities. Students thought that coming up with a primary conclusion based on the summary of what they had observed in their activities was original. and highly valued the process of sharing different opinions in group discussions and drawing out a final conclusion. Teachers should help students develop a friendly atmosphere, by organizing group activities and continuously feedlng them with uniting questions and excursion generalization within the groups. Also they should prepare enough contents for intensive field direction and ways to get their points across. In the process, they should arrange beforehand detailed instructions for every outcome, with the intention of solving the question. Furthermore. teachers should follow carefully how conclusions are drawn. instruct students not to reach conclusions based on mere assumptions, and be aware of misconceptions students have toward geological phenomenon in advance, so that the discussion can be lead in the right direction.

Comparing Elements of Inquiry in Field Geology by Learner Groups: Focusing on Cases of Geologic Fieldwork Education (교육 대상에 따른 야외 지질학 탐구 요소 특성 비교 : 지질 답사 교육 사례를 중심으로)

  • Jung, Chan-Mi;Shin, Dong-hee
    • Journal of the Korean Society of Earth Science Education
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    • v.10 no.3
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    • pp.235-253
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    • 2017
  • The purpose of this study is to compare by learner groups(K-12, geology-related majoring students, science teachers) how geologic fieldwork education cases in domestic and foreign papers for recent 20 years reflect the elements of inquiry in field geology. The total number of analyzed cases is 53(58 for double counting), and the analysis was conducted on the elements of inquiry in field geology and their sub-element. As a result, there was a clear difference between the cases of geologic fieldwork education for K-12 and college students majoring in geology-related disciplines, in the way of reflecting elements of inquiry in field geology. Because most of K-12 target fieldworks were designed based on the curriculum, it mainly included 2-3 elements of observations, representations, and/or abductive reasoning. On the other hand, because fieldworks for geology-related major students aim to train geologic experts, it diversely contained four or five of the elements of inquiry in field geology, including spatial thinking and diachronic thinking in a high proportion, and also frequently used activities that require specialized skills such as geological mapping. Fieldworks for science teachers were found to have mixed features of K-12 and geology-related major students. Considering the diversity of included inquiry elements, similarities with the activities performed by geologists, and the autonomy of learners, it was analyzed that geologic fieldwork for geology-related major students was more close to authentic geologic inquiry than fieldwork for others. Based on the results of this study, we suggested implications for improving geological fieldwork as authentic science inquiry.

Changes of the Abductive Inquiry Performance in Outdoor Geological Fieldwork (야외 지질 답사 교육에서 나타난 귀추적 탐구 수행 특성 변화)

  • Jung, Chanmi;Shin, Donghee
    • Journal of the Korean earth science society
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    • v.41 no.5
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    • pp.531-554
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    • 2020
  • In order to provide explanations of the practice of the abductive inquiry-based outdoor geological fieldwork education, this study examined the characteristics of students' performance in geological fieldwork before and after the introduction of explicit learning of geologic knowledge and inquiry. To this end, a 21st-class program was developed in the order of pre-evaluation, initial fieldwork, explicit learning of geologic knowledge and inquiry, and post-evaluation and applied to nine middle school students. As research data, outdoor geological fieldwork class recording data and students' activity sheets were collected and analyzed qualitatively. As a result, during the initial fieldwork, students caught clues of low geological importance and used everyday experience and/or general scientific knowledge as a rule when asked to generate hypotheses about the origin of the clues. Also, students evaluated their hypotheses by the scientific accuracy of the rule or their own criterion. Meanwhile, during the final fieldwork, students frequently caught key clues in geologic perspectives and generated geological event hypotheses related to the clues by borrowing geologic knowledge as a rule. Furthermore, students scientifically evaluated their hypotheses based on the consistency of evidence and rules. Combining these results, the effects of learners' geological knowledge and inquiry (abduction) abilities as a path model were presented in order to help students carry out a proficient abductive inquiry in geological fieldwork.

중국 고건축 기행(1) - 산서성을 중심으로

  • Kim, Do-Gyeong
    • Korean Architects
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    • no.7
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    • pp.74-81
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    • 1996
  • 역사적으로 우리나라의 전통건축은 중국건축과 밀접한 관계를 지니고 있다. 그래서 중국이 자본주의 경제체제를 수용하면서 개방되자마자 중국건축에 관심을 가지고 있던 많은 사람들이 중국을 방문하게 되었다. 그리고 여러 사람들에 의해 중국건축에 대한 소개가 이루어졌다. 그러나 중국은 워낙 방대한 영토를 지니고 있고, 아직은 중국을 여행하는데 교통이나 안전 등 많은 문제가 있어서 국내에 소개된 중국건축은 빙산의 일각에 불과하다고 할 수 있다. 필자는 지난해 9월 28일부터 10월 25일까지 산서성을 중심으로 한 중국의 일부를 답사한 바 있다. 이번 답사 지역 중에는 기왕에 국내에 잘 알려진 곳도 있고 그렇지 않은 곳도 있다. 이번 기회에 그 답사내용을 사진과 평면 스케치를 곁들어 소개하고자 한다. 중국건축에 대한 이해와 연구에 조금이나마 도움이 되었으면 한다.

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Lessons from the Site-visits of Floating Architectures in US East Region (미국 동부지역 플로팅건축 답사에서 배운 것)

  • Mun, Chang-Ho
    • Proceedings of the Korean Institute of Navigation and Port Research Conference
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    • pp.275-277
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    • 2013
  • 2013년 여름 미국 동부지역 플로팅건축 답사를 통하여, 이 지역의 플로팅건축의 현황 파악과 전문가 인터뷰를 통하여 우리나라 플로팅건축 건립 시 필요한 참고자료를 제공하고자 한다. 이 지역은 플로팅건축이 주로 여름철용으로 이용되고 있으며, 대부분 4-5채에 불과한 소규모이며, 폰툰은 스티로폴+플라스틱 드럼으로 구성되고, 계류는 목재와 철재 돌핀으로 처리되고 있으며, 상부시설은 목구조로 계획하고 있고, 정온수역에 플로팅건축을 계획할 때도 태풍에 대한 철저한 대비가 필요하다.

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Role of MET for Environmental Flow Assesment in Guem River Basin (금강유역의 환경유량 산정을 위한 다학제간 전문가그룹의 역할)

  • Kim, Gee-Hyoung;Kim, Jeon-Kon;Seo, Jin-Won;Park, Sang-Young;Jang, Chang-Lae;Ko, Ick-Hwan
    • Proceedings of the Korea Water Resources Association Conference
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    • pp.617-621
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    • 2007
  • 최근 관심을 받고 있는 지속가능한 하천관리는 과거에 이루어졌던 이수 및 치수중심의 하천관리와 90년대 고조된 자연형 하천관리에서 진일보된 하천관리로써, 전체적인 하천시스템을 고려하여 자연과 인간이 함께 하천을 공유할 수 있도록 하기 위한 것이다. 환경유량은 이를 위한 필수적인 요소이며 하천 시스템에 절대적인 영향을 미치게 된다. 따라서 환경유량 산정시에는 하천의 특정 분야만 고려했던 과거와는 달리, 이 치수, 어류, 식생, 저서생물 등 하천의 전체시스템을 고려하여야 한다. 이를 위해 대상 지역의 전체적인 개황을 조사하고 환경유량 산정시 우선적으로 고려되어야 하는 영향인자를 결정하게 되는데 이때 각 분야의 전문가적 견해가 요구되어진다. 하천에 대한 전체적인 시스템 분석은 매우 다양한 방법으로 수행 될 수 있는데 하천의 유황변화, 하도의 변화, 하천을 중심으로 하는 수생 동식물의 변화, 하천에 설치된 수공구조물의 변화 등 여러 분야에 걸쳐 다양한 자료의 수집과 연계분석이 이루어져야 한다. 하천 생태계를 구성하는 가장 기본적인 환경유량의 파악은 이러한 다양한 분야의 연계 분석을 통해 이루어지며, 하천특성에 맞는 적절한 환경유량은 손상된 하천 생태계를 회복하는 근간이 될 수 있다. 환경유량의 영향인자를 결정하기 위해 현장답사를 통한 조사 분석이 수행되는데, 지금까지는 특정분야의 특정 전문가가 현장답사를 실시하고 특정 전문가의 견해에서 결과분석이 이루어져 왔다. 그러나 최근 선진국에서는 다학제간 전문가 그룹(Multi-disciplinary Expert Team, MET)을 통해 하천의 전체 생태시스템을 고려하여 환경유량을 산정하고 이를 유지할 수 있는 방안을 마련하고 있다. 본 연구에서는 금강유역의 환경유량을 산정하기 위하여 다학제간 전문가그룹의 접근방법을 구축하고 하천, 수질, 식생, 어류, 저서생물 등 각 분야별로 국내외의 전문가가 참여하는 MET를 구성하였다. 환경유량 산정을 위한 금강유역의 현장답사에 있어 MET의 기능과 역할을 분석하였으며 현장답사를 통해 금강유역의 전반적인 하천환경을 조사 분석하고 상호간 의견 교환을 통해 도출한 답사결과를 환경유량 산정에 적용하는데 있어 구성된 MET의 기능 및 역할을 현장답사 내용을 중심으로 분석하였다.

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Development and Operation of Region-Focused Program by Field Survey of Physical Geography with the Case Study on Miho River Basin, Central Korea (자연지리 답사를 통한 지역화 교육 프로그램의 개발과 운영 - 미호천 유역 하천지형을 사례로 -)

  • Lee, Min-Boo;Kim, Jeong-Hyuk;Choi, Hun
    • Journal of The Geomorphological Association of Korea
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    • v.21 no.4
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    • pp.53-67
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    • 2014
  • This study aims to develop and operate education program for the region-focused field study on the physical geography for the students to understand their community places in the geography classes of elementary and, secondary schools and college. The theme of the program is understanding the geomorphic structures and processes including river channel, wetland, levee, terrace, sand and gravel bar and alluvial island, floodplain and irrigation system in Miho river basin, Chuncheong Province of Central Korea. For the study of regional geography as their community, the field education is focused on relations of landform to everyday life, though different levels in learning achievement according to each school classes. But, the purpose of the field education is, same at all classes, for student to analyze and understand the geomorphic effects on the place of everyday life in geography education.

The Analysis on the Results of Mathematics Field Trips for Pre-service Mathematics Teacher (예비교사를 위한 수학답사활동 수행 결과 분석)

  • Suh, Bo Euk
    • Communications of Mathematical Education
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    • v.30 no.2
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    • pp.139-159
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    • 2016
  • This study is the field of mathematics education on the assumption that they can extend outside the classroom. Recent mathematics education is increasing the importance of field experience and various activities based on real-life math education. Thus, it is necessary to consider this situation in pre-service teacher's education. The purpose of this study is to apply the 'Mathematics Field Trips Activities' in the pre-mathematics teacher education. So the specific case of 'Mathematics Field Trips Activities' was analyzed. Mathematics teachers conducted preliminary exploration activities on the historical cultural property which were effective in the following four aspects. First, cognitive effects and second, definitive effect. Third, cultural-mathematical effect. Fourth, the effect on improving math class. Finally they were summarized and divided into classes target content knowledge and teaching knowledge both sides. As a result, the 'Mathematics Field Trips Activities' were found to have significant effects on pre-service math teacher. Finally, ongoing research is needed to settle into a new teaching and learning methods.